Irish company to invest in FYROM

Irish company to invest in FYROM

Skopje, 13 August 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Naser Pajaziti

Irish company “Barracuda FX” will arrive with its investments in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. This was announced by the heads of this company, who will immediately start to make the first investments.

The company which is specialized on the research of markets and world services, will open its branch in Skopje.

Deputy prime minister for Economic Affairs, Vladimir Pesevski, said that Barracuda FX will open a special center for research employing 80 to 90 professionals.

“We’re talking about a research center which is not your typical center and which has not existed in Macedonia up until now”, Pesevski says.

According to Morris Kuran, one of the founders of the company, the company has chosen FYROM as their destination for investments because the country offers very good conditions such as infrastructure, economy and available professionals.

Barracuda FX is a relatively new company. It’s based in Dublin, but it also has an office in London. This company offers software services for world renowned banks and financial institutions, while it has won many international prestigious awards. /ibna/